In this article, I will describe the steps you need to take to create and edit an outfit in Kelvin. An outfit allows you to add additional, 'secondary' products to the primary product being shot - providing data to support 'shop the look' functionality.

Identify the product you are about to shoot by entering the product or sample code. You can do this by scanning the barcode on the sample label or manually entering the code into the blue box in the right side of the Capture screen.

Click 'Confirm' to verify that the physical product to you are about to shoot matches the product displayed in Kelvin

Click on the 'Create Outfit' button

Kelvin is now 'listening' for scanning of further sample labels to add to the outfit

Scan the sample label or manually enter the additional product code and click 'Add'.
Repeat as required until you have built the complete outfit.

Once you have added all of the products required for the outfit, click 'Cancel' to close the 'Add' side-bar.
Now click 'Confirm'

You can now continue with the shoot, select and upload process.

Edit Outfit

It is also possible to add or remove secondary products in an outfit.

Click on the Outfit Code in the blue box to open the 'Confirm Outfit' screen.

To add a further product(s), click on the 'Actions' drop-down menu and select 'Add Outfit Product'. Then follow the process above.


To replace or remove a product, click on the '...' of the product you wish to replace/ remove and select the appropriate option from the drop-down menu.

Please note, you cannot remove or replace the 'Primary' product in an outfit.

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